Whether you want to soak in the colonial heritage of the United States first capital from 1783-1784, set sail in the Sailing Capital of the World, or enjoy the thriving art scene, the vibrant city of Annapolis, Maryland offers something for everyone, including relaxing and historic Annapolis, Maryland bed and breakfasts. The more than four million people who visit this historic city each year can’t be wrong!
This month, Annapolis shines a spotlight on the craftsmen, artisans, and furniture makers that are an important part of this city’s history. Annapolis thrived as a result of these businesses. The Annual Annapolis Arts and Crafts Festival will take place June 8 & 9, 2013 at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Enjoy the paintings, sculptures, and jewelry from more than 200 artists. After sipping some Maryland wine and toasting the artists’ inspirational work, make your way back to The Flag House Inn and unwind on the large front porch. Located in the National Historic District, this inn is one of the largest private homes near the waterfront. Enjoy the nautical art and memorabilia, fine paintings, and antiques on display in your room before retiring for the night.
End your stay in Annapolis at a rockin’ musical arts scene. Eastport A Rockin’ taking place on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at the Annapolis Maritime Museum, is known as the local music festival of the summer. Three stages will feature 25 local bands from the Chesapeake region performing rock, folk, jazz, bluegrass, and funk. When you’re done rockin’ out, escape to the quaint, friendly setting at Chez Amis Bed and Breakfast (translation is “House of Friends”). Just like close friends, this inn embraces guests with its French country-styled common area designed for reading, conversation, and indulging in homemade goodies. Wake up each morning to a three-course gourmet breakfast before exploring the State Capitol, antique shops and fabulous dining all located just steps from the inn.
Visitors need look no further than Maryland for a getaway that will satisfy history buffs and everyone in between. Make your way to Annapolis this month to celebrate art at its finest. You’ll enjoy the work of these present-day artists even as you encounter history and B&Bs located in the charming Annapolis Region.